Godzilla proved why he’s the “King of the Monsters” this past weekend with an incredible $93 million opening.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier barely held off Rio 2 for the weekend while Draft Day and Oculus had OK openings.
A massive loss to the acting world occurred on Sunday when Phillip Seymour Hoffman was found dead at age 46 in his apartment in NYC. He leaves behind a career of fantastic roles in movies like Capote, The Big Lebowski, MI3, Red Dragon and so many more.
The latest sports biopic, 42, took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Scary Movie 5 had the lowest opening for the series and Evil Dead dropped down to fifth.
Clint Eastwood is back in front of the camera in Trouble with the Curve, where he plays a veteran baseball scout on a trip to check out an up and coming player and possibly repair his relationship with his daughter (Amy Adams), who is along for the trip.
The Oscar nominations were announced this morning and they were not very exciting as the voters seemed to go with the safe and conservative picks and there were some major snubs.
A pretty slow week for new releases but a couple of the bigger fall movies are out this week like Moneyball and our Pick of the Week, Killer Elite.
If you need some law and order from or in the South, Nick Searcy should be at the top of your list. He’s currently trying to keep things under control in Kentucky as Chief Deputy Art Mullen.
Real Steel handily took the top spot at the box office this weekend, followed by Ides of March.
The Lion King finally started to falter in it’s extended weekend, leaving the door open for Dolphin Tale to take the number one spot in it’s second weekend.